Planted in the spring of 2007. Still alive in 2010.
Grow in moist, well-drained, deep, humus-rich soil, preferably acidic to neutral soil, in deep or partial shade. Mulch annually in fall with leave mould.
Yellow Trillium: upright, clump-forming perennial with stalkless elliptic to broadly ovate, abruptly pointed mid-green leaves, heavily marked paler green (or khaki). Stalkless, upright, sweet-scented, golden or bronze-green flowers with inversely lance-shaped to obovate or narrowly elliptic petals, to 3.5"long, and lance-shaped, mid-green sepals are produced above the leaves in spring. Zone 6b. Origin SE US.
This planting is in the Shade garden .
Purchased from Botanus
Latest Milestone Blooming
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the flowers last longer than the Trillium grandiflorumJust a wander around the garden
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This trillium lasts much longer than grandiflorum.The lush garden
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and to my delight, one has a second stemLots of sun, no rain
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the grandiflorum have come and gone, but these which started first bloom onWinter garden and summer garden
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the yellow inner petals are now showing clearlyA hot summer forecast
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beginning to show colourFine Weather and planting
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because they have been blooming so long and beautifully this yearJune Bloom Day
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these have bloomed for far longer than the new Trillium grandiflorumYesterday
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all 3 for the first time, such strange flowers.Iris - care of, dying peony 'Prince o...
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the first of the buds openingTied up the Peonies
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the two trilliums have suddenly shot out of the groundThe Spring rush...
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